NRCan memos: Canada’s last asbestos mine will run out in 2012

2008 NRCan memos: Lac d’amiante du Canada (LAC) asbestos mine only has “life of two to four years.”

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Kathleen Ruff, senior human rights advisor to the Rideau Institute

t. 250 847-1848, e. kruff@bulkley.net

Documents obtained by researcher Ken Rubin.

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